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LOCAL IIAPlEI.VS IN .il AltCUNI) THE CAPITAL. COX INC? AND GOING. Sa.ae of The Folks Yon Know and Their Doinzs. S. Manning, of Durham, is in Mr. town. Short Items of News fathered on the Fly by the Chronicle's Reporters. Wm. G. Hill Lodgo of Masons will assemble in regular communication on to-morrow (Monby at 7:oU p. m. Visit ing brethren invited. The boom is on. It has come. Now let all who would bar the movement stand aside, or be crushed by the masses who are determined to move forward. Mr. Buttle, the student who attempt ed suicide a few days ago at Wake Forest college is well on the way to a complete recovery. He expects to go to his home in Aheville this week. November 20th is the date for the ap pearance hero of the Famous Thirteenth Regiment Band of New York. It has forty-five members and is the largest and most magnificent travelling organi zation'in the country. The ' Chamber of Commerce meets next Tuesday night. Now is the time gentlemen to see that full meetings of this body are held and that some lm portant pending matters are looked af ter --the paved siuewaiKs ana tne extension of some streets for instance. The case of Leach aud Andrews vs. C. F. Linde, that has occupied Wake Superior court, was concluded to-day, Mr. A. Jones making the argument for the plaintiff, and Judge Geo. V. Strong for the defendant. Both of these gen tlemen maintained their former reputa tion. and ma:Jj able and forcible speeches. Judge Strongs argument was commented on by members of the bar as beiog one of the clearest and most luciu ever made in Wake court house. The verdict of the jury was in favor of the plaintiff. DEATH OF Mil. IJ. F. JUOORE. He Dies Suddenly at a Hotel in Phila delphia. Mr. Bartholomew F. Moore.of this city, who was well and widely and pleasantly known in this State, died suddenly yes terday morning at a hotel in Philadel phia where he was stopping. Mr. Moore went to that city a few dajs ago for medi cal treatment. His health was not the best, but nothing was apparent that gave his family and friends any cause for anxiety or alarm. On Thursday night, Mrs. Dr. P. T. Henry, of Kittrels. a sister of Mr. Moore, who was in Philadelphia, left that city. She was assisted to the train by Mr. Moore whom she left in his usual easj of Durham, is cii'jrc:? TO-DAY. is W. W. Fuller, Esq in the city. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Carr, of DarhatE, spent yesterday here. Mrs. J. J. Jackson, of Pittsboro, is jrisiting Mrs. E. E. Moffitt. Mr. N. W. Kay, of Fayetteville, attending the Supreme Court. Mrs. W. N. H. Smith returned yester day from an extended visit north. Miss Bunn, daughter of Hon. B. H. Bunn, is visiting Miss Helen Fowle. Mr. W. Furman Betts is quite sick at hi3 residence on North Person street. Miss Janet Fuller has gone to Dur ham on a visit to Mrs. W. W Fuller. Mr. W. C. Norris, of the firm of M. T. Norris & Bro. is sick with pneu monia. Mr. L?e S. Overman who has been here a few days returned to Salisbury yesterday. Messrs J. C. Black, W. J. Adams, Thos. J. Shaw and W. C, Douglass, all of Moore County, are attending the Su preme Court. Miss Lovey Ganett, who has been on a prolonged visit to Mrs. Sam Coley, re turned to her home in Portsmouth, Va., yesterday. Prof. W. F. Massey left yesterday for Champagne, 111., to attend the national association of agricultural and mechan ical colleges. He will tell the Chroni cle's readers about the association. He will also attend the fat cattle show at Chicago on the 12th inst. Thos. H. Sutton, Esq., of Fayette ville, is here attending the Supreme Court. He is the Democratic member elect of the House of Representatives from Cumberland county by a majority of eighteen hundred. He is already prominently spoken of as Speaker of the House. Weather Report. Raleigh yesterday: Maximum temper ature 71; minimum temperature 52; rain fall, 0.00 Washington, D. O, Nov. 8. Fore cast for Virginia and North Carolina, fair; cooler; northerly winds. Slethodist. Edenton Street Chuf.ch "Rev. J. IT. Cordon, D D., pastor. Sunday-school at 0:30 a in. Y J. Young, Sup't. Preaching at 11 a m and T:4U p m, by the pastor. Pub lic invited. Central M. E. Church, South. Rev. L. L. Nah. pastor. Sunday-school t : 5 a. m,. R C. Kedfurd, superintend ent Peiichiiig at :i a m and at 7:?j p m by the pastcv. Strangers in the c iy will find a cordial welcome, and be seated by polite ushers. A welcome to all. Brooklyn Church Rev. J. D Pegram, pastor. Services at 11 a m and S p m, by the pastor. Sunday school at 3 p m. The public cordially invited. Episcopal. Church of the Good Shepherd -Rev. W. M. Clark, rector. Twenty-third Sun day after Trinity. Morning prayer and sermon at 11 a. m. and Sunday-school at 4 p. m.: evening prayer and ser mon at 7:30 p. m. Services duriDg the week: Wednesday and Friday at 10 a.m. Ail seats free. All cordially in vited. Christ Church Rev. M. M Marshall, D. D., rector. Twenty-third Sunday after Trinity. Sunday-school at 9.45 a m. Divine service and sermon at 11 a m. Evening prayer at 5 p m. Services duiing the week : Wednesday at 5 p m, and Friday at 10 a m All seats free. All cordially invited. Baptist. First Baptist Church Rev. J. W. Carter, D. D., pastor. Sunday-school at 9:20 o'clock promptly. Thos. II. Briggs, superintendent. Preaching at 11 a m and 7:30 p m, by the pastor. Sirangers in the city and the public cordially invited to attend all these services. Baptist Tabernacle Rev. J. J. Hall, D. D., pastor. Sunday-school open3 at 9:13 a m. N. B. Broughton, superintend ent. Preaching tttllam and 7.c0 p m by the pastor. Morning subject '"Praying for Others." Evening subject -"The Pow er of Love" All cordially invited. Christian Church. Christian Church Rev. J. L. Foster, pastor. Sunday-school at 9:30 a m Preach ing at 11 a m and 7:30 p m, by the pa-tor. All cordially invited to attend these services. Presbyterian. First Presbyterian Church Rev. J. S. Watkins, D. D., pastor. Sunday-school at 9:30 a m. Preaching at 11 a m and 8:45 p m, by the pastor. Services at Mission Chapel at 4 p m. Polite ushers. Seats f ; ee. All cordially invited. Catholic. Church or the Sacred Heart. Rev. t atner a rancis, pastor. Services at 11 a m and at 7 p m by the pastor. All cordi ally invited. AN APPEAL FOR LIFE. New Adte'-'ieraents. W C. -fc A B. Stronaah. -'Quiet Reigns ia W Georg C Morris. Metropolitan Hail. Chas-. Upcuarch. Notice of Incorpora tion. SPJSCl.VstfOTIOES. ME WORLD'S C0MMEK0E. Wante.1 at once t wo ctsh boys at Swindells' o- 9 Lost, on Thursday night, 6th inst., a pair of gold rimnced spectacles. A lib eral reward will ba j-iven for their re turn to this cfn;e. To-day's Chronicle hi many good things in it. Among them is a new an nouncement by Messrs V. C. & A. B. Stronach which will tell ycu where you can pet all the good things you want to eat after you have made your money in the land booms. Ba sure you see Rat. Housekeepers will find some things there that will interest them. NORRIS' DRV GOODS STORE. Children' Wraps. Misses' medium weight cloaks for all and sizes. Stylish and artistic. Just received. Noru's' Dry Goods Store. ages Lecture To-Night. Rev. Dr. Watkin3 will deliver a lec ture in the First Presbyterian church to- condition, and so reported on her arri- night, taking for his subject The Congo yal at her home on unday mgnt. Free state or a Foreign Mission Field. No particulars are yet known. The Dr. Watkins has illustrative maps, and telegram announcing his death was re- m addition to presenting as a field for ceived here by Mr. Jas. Moore, but gave christian workers, he will show the nothing but the sad fact that his brother great importance of opening up this im- was dead. mense empire to the civilized world a Orders were at once teiegrapneu to work which must be effected effect all necessary embalming and un- thrrmtrb miwinrv infln0oa Clerk Wanted. Wanted: Au intelligent and industrious boy between 1G and 19 years eld, to clerk in a lawyer's cffiie. Permanent position. Apply at occe to J. W. HINSDALE, Over Citizans' Nit. Bank, Raleigh, X. C. W. II. Ac R. S. TUCKER A: CO. Dress Plaids. Anew line of beautiful dress plaids at prices less tuan it cost to import them. We secured those through an impor ter who needed ready money to get spring goods through the Custom House. We learned of i: he parted with the plaids we with the cash. These lovely goods we are now show- New York, November 8. .Messrs. Hubbard, Price & Company, in their cotton circular night say : "The cotton market to-day has been a waiting one. A recovery of about three points on the prico of futures at Liverpool this cioraiDg iuduced an improvement of some rive to six points here at the open- ing, ana cue irauiug ui& ueou ui muncu character on very nearly the basis of this advance. Towards the close, the bears made a pretense of attacking it upon the announcement of a very un favorable bank statement, and a decline in the stock market, but their success was not material nor their efforts very determined." Receipts at the ports to day were esti mated 45,000 bales, against 4G,5oS bales last week and 43,451 biles last year. The spot market is steady at former quotations: middling uplands 9 5 8; sales 269 bales. Transactions in futures to-day were 51,000 bales. Futures closed weak and 1 to 2 points lower as follows: November 9 29 -31 December 9 40 - 47 January 9 56 f7 Februarv 9 f2-C3 March..". 9 C7-G3 April 9 7G -77 Mav 9 85-86 une 9 92 -S3 July 9 Us 10 August iu Ui uo Cotton. I' t i n r-. . 1 lm GreatSj,,ij;.: ;.V Deck jf tli.. t,;r; -r Sea Wrtvku v'-' ia the Tropin ' i1' ' lormance. R,.., . V Machae'a brn". " " lag. W. II. & R. S. Tucker & Co. dertaking work, and forward the re mains here. The family hope that the undertaking preparations were effected soon enough to permit the body of Mr. Moore to ar rive hero this afternoon atj4:45 o'clock. THE CHRYSANTHEMUM SHOW. It Will be Held Next Thursday Instead of Wednesday. The ladies have decided to hold the annual chrysanthemum show on Thurs diy and Friday night of this week in stead of Wednesday. This change is made in order to avoid conflicting with other matters. The show this year will De on a ijsau body is cordially invited to hear the lec ture at7 :30 o'clock to-night. NOIIKIS' DRY GOODS STORE. Dress Plaids. Clan and Tartan plaids woisteds. Very desirable. 85c. per yard. Norris' Dry Goods Store. THE LOCAL COTTON REPORT. Movement of the Staple in Raleigh lor the Past Week. The Lawyer of Willie Davis Appeals . to His Kelatives ana friends in North Carolina for Relief. ihe readers or the Chronicle are familiar with the case of Willie l).ivis, a native of Chapel Hill, who is now under sentence of death in Texas, He has relatives in Raleigh, Winston, near Ashe vine and in Orange and Durham coun ties. During his trial Mr. Julian S. Carr, of Durham, who is iu no way re lated to him, sent $200 to ai 1 in his de fense. His lawyer, Brown G Johnson, of Fort Worth, Texas, has taken an an- largely peal to the Supreme court of the United Jii very- States and is anxious and wiIIidl' to do all that he can to save Davis from the gallows. The lawyer writes to Mr. Carr (the letter is published in the Durham Globe), saying that he is a poor man and that he has done all he can to save Davis, but he cannot take money out of his pocket to pay the coot of the transcript. The cost of the transcript is $125, and Mr. Johnson writes to Mr. Carr that if Davis's relatives and friends in North Carolina will pay that amount he will do all that he can freelv to savo Davis. December 5th is the last day al lowed by law for Mr. Johnson to pay for the transcript and send it to the Su- in German From 50 to We Have Sixtv-Fiie Cases of Hoots and Shoes to Open on To-Morrow. When you see these goods and hear the prices you will think that instead of the tariff bill making them higher that any tax that might have been on them before had all been taken off and that the McKinley bill had surely been re pealed. We have never been able to buy sach elegant goods at such low prices in cur experience. We don't be lieve in luck or chance, but it was surely only an accident that we secured these gocds at tbe nominal figures we paid for them. Now you know, I know, and every one iu Raleigh knows that we have always sold shoes of all kinds lower than any house in the city. Well this new stock will discount any goods we have shown you in both price and finish. We have got the best thing in boots and shoes we ever had. This is a fact for you to remember when vou go out to buy any thing in this line. Swindell. The election excitement of the past preme Court of the United States week almost took precedence of business, Who will help ? Let his relatives and and the cotton movement was as much l?611 rf0I1d promptly to the plea. tiful and elaborate scale; and he who affected as anything else. The receipts tne poor man every every chance to live. mioses it will nave sometning to regret. lor tne weeK were very light, compara- The Durham Globe has started a sub It is one of the most pleasant and sue- tively speaking, not exceeding one-half scription list and the following subscrip- cessful annual tairs ot Kaleigh, and its ot the receipts of some weeks of this tions have l)3en sent in: B N. Duke, purposes are tne nooiest an tne reve- season. Jbut tne staple is yet in the nne derived from it coine to St. John's fields and ein houses and barns, and if Hospital. good weather prevails during the coming week, it will come in in large quantities. Tho following is the report: Receipts for the week, Same last year, Decrease from last year, $25; a. A. Andrews, 2; Mrs. M. C. Rob son, $1. fine flutter At this season and for some months to come. Choice Northern creamery butter is at its best. We keep always the best that money can buy, and mark prices down to the lowest possible point, fol lowing the market. Also Cloverdale Creamery Butter in one pound prints. fresh from the churn three times a week, and perfect in all respects. Eberuardt & Pescud. IJucklen's Arnica Salve. Tee Best Salve in the world for Cuts Bruises, Sores, Ulcer3, Salt Rheum, Fe ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil b'ains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures riles, or no pay re quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or monev refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For Bale by John Y MacKae. BEAUTIFUL HUILDING LOTS. A Much Sought for Opportunity to Secure a Handsome Residence Site. In to-day's Chronicle is a full page Receipts to date, announcement by the West Side Laud Company of Raleigh. It offers such favorable conditions to secure beautiful and desirable building lots as are seldom offered and cannot be presented again. property is a pait which Same time last year, Increase over last year, Stock, Shipments, A Legal Wrong. Ihe company's of the western Stanley's Great Rook. In Darkest Africa" is now about to 1,208 08 issued in two large volumes from the 1,593 publishing house of Scribner's Sons. Lne Agency tor the Counties ot Wake, Durham and Granville is in the hands of Mrs. Louis E. Amis, of Gran ville. The Local Agent for the two volumes is Mrs. L C. Miller, McDowell St., Raleigh, N. C, of whom the books can be obtained upon application at her residence. 385 19,0G4 8,580 10,484 1,475 1,278 suburbs is in Tu3 3 the name of an interesting sea Married. a most desirable section of the city, acd drama which will be produced in Metro- Salisbury, Octob3r 31th, Mr. B. which is now being rapidly built up. Every statement made by the com pany is what has long been known by people who have spent any time in tho city. The industrial and social condi tions of the city combined with the night. beauty and the location of the property, Wrong," at Halliday Street Theatre, last make that section one of the most de sirable that can be found anywhere. People who shall interest themselves in this property well be delighted at the many advantages it offers, and he who sees it will surely invest if he has the necessary wherewith. . NORRIS DRY GOODS STORE. politan opera house next Tuesday night. Gaither Pearson, of Morganton, to Miss The Baltimore American says: "Mr. George O. Morris, a manager of some prominence, produced a very in- terestmgsea drama known as A Legal Woolen Underwear. You should see our "New Leader" in Ladies and Gent's nnderwer, being extra in quality and reasonable in price. They sell at sight. Norris' Dry Goods Store. Horse Thief Captured. Last Thursday a horse was stolen ' from Mr. J. R. Harp, who resides about six miles from the city. He reported the theft .to Chief of Police Heartt, of this uty, who at once set about appre hending the thief. A lot of circulars giving a description of the horse was sent out and police officers of various towns notified to keep a sharp lookout. Yesterday morning Chief Heartt was notified by telegram that the thief had been captured in Fayetteville, and that the horse, bridle and saddle would be kept there till the owner could claim them. The party who had the horse gave his name as Will Royster. Mr. Harp left here yesterday morning to get his horse. W.II.& R. S. TUCKER Ac CO. Nellie May Holmes, daughter of Mr. R. J. Holmes. The Sew Discovery. You have heaid your friends and The plot of the production is neighbors talking about it. You mav cleverly compiled and the author has yourself be one of the many who know shown his good sense in obliterating all from personal experience just how good clap-trap bluster that usually attends a a thing it is. If you have ever tried it, drama of this nature. As it is, the story you are one of its staunch friends, be- tells of a young girl who has been bitter- cause the wonderful thing about it is, ly opposed by her enemies, and in a fit that when once given a trial, Dr. Kinsr's of desperation takes flight in a vessel New Discovery ever after holds a place known as the 'Morning Star.' As usual, in the house. If you have never used it the vessel is wrecked, and in this scene and should be afflicted with a cough, the author has made it very entertain- cold or any Throat, Lung or Chest ing. The vessel goes down in a gale of trouble, secure a bottle at once and give winu on tne tocks, ana tne rescue or the it a iair trial, it is guaranteed everv : - n I a.: - t m . - - J ueiuiue is a sceue umiKe any oiner wreck seen on the stage. The vessel dances on the water, and the hero is seen hanging from the bowsprit, with his precious charge clinging to him. 'A Legal Wrong' is' interesting throughout, and is well worth seeing." Supreme Court. City. Galveston, NorfolK, Baltimore. oaton. Wilmington, Philadelphia Savannah. New Orleans Mobile, ilemphia, Auguttta, Louisville, st. Louis, Sale I Tone. 12)7 Quiot 2324 Steady I i Nom'i j . ..jEasv ! ... Dall , ... Qjuet 11200 Quiet 12300 Quiet lOUv)! Quiet 42-'t0Quiet 1700 Quiet 'Steady 800; Steadv' Mk't ilict-j Ex. 9 9-1G 1 7738 CGl'J 9 1-4 :294 .... 9 9-16 I 527: 3."o 9 5-8 ! 810 031 i) 1-4 1353! 9 7-8 195 1 .... 9 0-0 8014 7C01 9 7-16 1551! 1702 9 3 8 j5704 .... 9 9-2 jl29U .... 9 3-8 11908! 9 3-4 ... I ... . i 9 7-16 12501 .- To t3a I have e-',,'. . the purpo.. ,,. -. aud OipaiiH, v. 7" Piano Guitar ' entire time t u' ' have air pr,, . guarantee at.l-. novs-30dav- Quiet Reigns ia Tl e5 bus11 Li11 This Season's Pac. Canne H : TOMATqS i - 1 1 X1UIU AiaUilK-,. David-, ,a l North Cay.. -. PEACHES, niL Apples, Black'., r: 'E.S 1 In Liverpool to-day spot cotton clo.s steady; middling uplands 5 b-Qdjsa G,000 bales. Futures closed 1-G41 easier as tu -ows: November 5 18!') December and January 5 19 .0 January and February 5 21 rebruary and March o The City Cotton Market. Raleigh, i. C, Nov. 8 5 P. si. Good Middling 9g9, Strict Middling 8s Middling 9 Strict Low Middling s Low Middling 8 Market nrm. Baltimore Produce Market. Cotton closed nominal. Middling uplands 9. i'LOUH Closed quiet and steady; Howard Street and uestern super 3.00?3.oJ; do. do extra 3 754.60; do. do. family 4.753-5.25; citv mills Kio brands extra 5.20&O 37; winter wheat patent 5.3: (a 5 1 0; spring do. 5.055.90 do. do. straight 5.30at5.5O. WHEAT Southern tairly active; Fultz 93 1.00; Longberry 98(102; steamer Ao. 2 red 94; Western weak, No. 2 winter red spot and .November y0W;. CO'tN Southern closed firm ; Western easy; mixea spot ana jNovemoeroo. UATS -Closed firm and steady. UYK Closed fairly active; prime to choice 75(R77 PROVISIONS Closed firm. COFFEE Closed quiet. SUGAll Closed quiet and steady; granu lated 6V.. WHISKEY-Firm. Baltimore Bond Market. This S.-.t- - . .a ., . YELLOW i'EACHF haV.ti PEEULK-S Tmm-'- Lima Beans. ; i , . -, i. ' and r,-V...' sitgai: or,N Finest Line Caml Cm Drop, Mounia:h R niici , Forei-m::. V silk, A:..- ..v .. ?1 "0. Ha All on lie Little Fi; Swim in the S oozdfis: lirick, Ba'-s MACKERE Fat Family and Evr.; and 3. 1 North Can-In, TO CLOfcE C' 20 PACK ACE- : HOE fl. in.:::: - ecn Baltimore, Md., November ten-lorties 35 bid: do. threes 06).;(7 67.; 8 Virginia New York Money Market. rEv loKK, Nov. 8. Money closed at l per c-nt. Exchange closed steadv; Doeted rates 4.804.8oM; actual rates 4.77V lor GO days and 4 So tor demand. Governments closed steady; currency eixes 113 bid; fours coupons; it-s; lour-and a-halfs (coupons) 104 bid. F ' ') pt r i.;. :. New N. C. Mute isuoiix:,-- Salmon and It: W. G. & A. 0. ST r.'i M il. time, or money refunded. Trial bottles free at John Y. McP.ae's drug store. Ladies' Wraps. See our stock and you will be convin cea as to tnree imngv. viz: mat we have the : best styles, nwest materials and the lowest prices. W. H. & It. S. Tucker & Co. State vs. Herndon argued by Attor ney General for the State, and.W. W. Fuller, J. S. Manning and R. B. Boone for defendant. State vs. Summerfield argued by At torney General and W. W. Fuller for the State, and R. B. Boone for defendant. Attention, Rescue ! Adjourned meeting of the Rescue Co. will take place to-morrow night at 7:30 o'clock sharp. This is a very important meeting. NORRIS' DRY GOODS STORE. Forty-Six Inch Henriettas. We have received an invoice of 46 inch French Henriettas which we shall sell at 74c. Same qualities sell elsewhere at 85c. and $1.00 per yard. New in colors and elegant in quality. Norris' Dry Goods Store. LEMON ELIXIR. Its Wonderlul Effect on the Liver, htomach, Bowels, Kidneys and Iilood. Dr. Mczley's Lemon Elixir is a pleas ant lemon drink that positively cures all Biliousness, Constipation, Indigestion, all Sick and Nervous Headaches, Kidney Diseases. Dizziness, Loss of appetite Fevers, Chills, Palpitation of Heart, and all other diseases caused by disordered liver, stomach and kidneys, the first great cause of all fatal diseases. 50 cts. and $1 per bottle. Sold all druggists'. Prepared only by H. Mozley, M. D., Atlanta, Ga. Notice of Incorporation. North Carolina, In the Office of the Clerk Wake County. of the Superior Court. Notice ia hereby given that the Raleigh Land and improvement Company has this day been duly incorporated by me under the lawa of North Carolina: that the bueinesa proposed ia the taking, holding, purchaaing ana selling optiona on real eaUte: buviosr. selling, holding, renting, leasing, building on and improving real estate; negotiating loana on real and personal property and estate; buv- ing, selling, renting and leasing real estate on commiHsiona. collecting renta, notes, ac counts and other evidences of indebtedness; erecting and maintaining water works, gas worfcs, electric light works, manufacturing and selling all articles of wood, cotton, wool sua metal; carrying on general merchandise aud doing all thinga necesaarv to accomplish the ends and purposes for which it ia formed Kot contrary to the lawa of thia State or of the United States. That the principal place ot business is in the citv of Kaleigh, State of horth Carolina; that the duration of the cor porate existence i-j thirty vears; that the amount of the capital stock ia fl0.000.U0, divided into eight hundred shares of the par aiue or ju.uu each, with the privilege ot in creasing said capital stock to $1,003,000.00; that no stockholder shall be individually liable for any debt, contract, commisuion or liability oi or demand on said corporation. CHA.S. D. UPCHUllCIL Clerk Superior Court Wake Co., N. C. nc-8-tf Kl LEIGH AND GASTON RAILROAD, in effect Sunday Sept. 7th,at 8:30 p. m. TRAINS MOVING NORTS. No. 2G. FaatF't and Pass. Daily ex. Sun. Leave Raleigh 7 15 pm Mill Brook.... 7 51 Wake 8 43 Franklinton... . 9 35 Kittrell 10 00 Henderson 10 21 Warren Plains 11 25 Macon 11 40 Arrive Weidon 1 20 am TRAINS MOVINO SOUTH. No 25. Pass, and Mail. Fast F't. & Paea JJiiiy ex. bun. Dailv ex. Sun. L,ea vveidon 12 20 pm Macon 1 20 Warr en Plains 123pm Henderson 2 C8 Kittrell 2 48 Franklinton 3 03 Wake 332 Mill Brook 4 00 A"iv Raleigh 4 15 FROM HENDERSON New York Produce Market. uiosed weik; No. 2 red winter l.Oo cash; No. 2 red winter November UUiiN uioeea steady; No. 2 mixed fini' cseu, ..u. e, lliiauu ixuvemuer OHC. OAl'S Closed dull: No. 2 mixed 42 cash- 1 V i mi uo. xueuiut;r run Liioaea dun; meea 11. 25 11.50 for new. LARD-Closed quiet; November 6 30. SUiiAii rtenned closed nuiet: cut lnaf and crushed bi3-ib. COFFEE-Closed steady: fair Kin goes20K- GUOUEKS-(".Ti:- ; ii.aM::s riN;r - French Car A'h- l .:. . riNir Chocolate Cream car- DO NOT That we have the N: Chicago Produce Market. UHICAGO. 111., isov. 8. Wheat onm weak and 2 cents lower. Corn onened strong and act ve Oata opened dull and inactive but fiim. Provisiona opened dull and invcor Uiosings: WHEAT November 9GV: December May 1.05. tORN November 52; December May 54. OATS May 4(5. PORK May 12 50312.52. LARD December U.50j May 0.82 W RIBS May 6.22. BAKER ix Tin: Ai: i ' - WHITEST, NICE: 52 BREAD, CA Ki:. l'lT Nashville Produce Market. 2 red :io. win- WHEAT-Closed steady; ter 1.05. CORN Closed firm at an advance: whitn LU1111UJ5 No. 38. Pass. & Mail Daily ex. Sun 11 20 a m 11 37 12 00 p m 12 22 12 38 12 55 1 47 1 58 2 55pm Naval Stores. T t - T n -. , .ew iork, inov. the market for spirits turpentine is active and still hizher- 42 cents for regulars and 42V cent for mol chine barrels. Wilmington, N. C, November RSniHt. turpentine closed firm at 3H. Itosin closed firm; strained 1.07j; good do. 1.12V. Tar cissed nrm at 1.5o. Crude Turpentina closed firm; hard 1.20; yellow dip 1.90: virgin 1 uo Coin firm; white GS; yellow 6G. Chaiileston, S. C, November 8 Snirit turpentine firm at 38. Rosin closed quiet; crrrA tftroino1 1 OS 1 ' LE3ION HOT DROPS. or coughs and colds, take Lemon Hot Drops. For sore throat and Bronchitis, take Lemon Hot Drops. For pneumonia and Lanneetis taka Lemon Hot Drops. For consumption and Catarrh, take Lemon Hot Drops. For Hemorrhage and all throat and lung disease, take Lemon Hot Drops. An elegant and reliable preparation. 25 cents, at druggists. Prepared only by Dr. H. Mozley. Atlanta Ga. octl6Thur&Sun tillaprl Trains Moving North. Leave Henderson 6 00 am Warren Tlains 6 34 Littlleton 7 02 Arrive 2 m a m 4 27 4 42 5 45 6 16 6 45 7 20 7 55 8 20 & m DAILY. 45. Soutli. 9 10 pm 8 32 8 CO 7 15 p m Cincinnati Produce Market. PORK Regular closed 10.1210.25; fam ily 11.50gll.62. ihd Kettle-dried GX6. BACON Short clear sioTes G 3G 40. WHISKEY Sales of 120G barrel of fim'-v, goods on the basis of 1.14 per gallon for hieh Auction Sales of Valuable Jb arming Lands. By virtue of power conferred several mortgage deeds, executed by Hacknev s. Lues and Lucv Liles. whih ATP H Tl 1 T7 T- iieglSirV OI VVrakft cmintr ir. NO. GO. at Tja2?6 3r. lrn 'K'rv r'n lo. and Book 110. at -nacro en 7 40 a m LOUISBURG. o. tH". ieaves ljouisburg at 11.20 a.m., and arrives at 1 rankhnton at 11.55 am iNO. 41. jjeaves irankimton at 3.15 p.m., and arrives at Louisburg at 3.50 p. m. No 8. Leaves Louisburg at 5:55 a m. No. 8. Arrives Franklinton 6:30 a m. No 25. Leaves Franklinton 7:20 a. m. No. 25. Arrives Louisburg 8:00 a m. JOHN C. WINDER, Gen'l Man&eer. L. T. MYERS, Gen'l Sunt. WML SMITH, Superintendent. corded in the Book page ively, I vrill offer for sale, to the highest bid- ailDe Uourt House door at the ui xiaieign, rs. j.t on MoxDAY, Dec. 8, 1800, 12 O clock M, two tracts of land, lying in St. Mary's town r-r, uuij,, yj.t ai, me conuaence o: euse river and Ponlar orh the residence tract of the late II. S. Liles, con- "" uuuuruu ana eleven acres, more or lees; the other being known as the Sam uies uiiu:;, anu containing seventy-two and ttco, mure or less. B. F. MONTAGUE, Raleigh, Nov. 7, 1890. (nov9-td) V V Low Price- anl K i: l! Our stock fully r-.; - - - rush of .... FA IK " ' f ,w Now is the tim- t', - and Overcoats'. We aie Bo. Leai' r- -of all kinds. CLOTHIERS Xti1 1 A. I Notice to City The city tax-list f-r 1 mv hands for cuUi: office for that i.urp to 5 p. m. All tas- " 1st, are subject to a t ' : . nn nHditinTin.1 1 tier .'c'J oct35-tf ' city